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Webinar: Incorporating Mindset, Belonging & Resilience In Your First-Year Program

Notice Type: 
Activities
Event Date: 
Wed, 11/07/2018
Event Time: 
10 AM
Event Location: 
Wellington Event Center

Wednesday, November 7 ~ 10:00-11:00am

Key Takeaway
Participants will learn what the current research says about growth mindset, belonging, and resilience and how these learning mindsets can help students succeed in their first year of college. They will also takeaway specific strategies to use in their first-year program.

Challenge
• Creating a shared language for learning mindsets such a growth mindset, sense of belonging, and resilience as they relate to and impact student success
• Identifying where and how to incorporate growth mindset, sense of belonging, and resilience into their first-year program

Overview
Current research on growth mindset, belonging, and resilience has exploded in the last few years, and many student success professionals are grappling with how best to take what we know works and implement it into a first-year course or program. Questions such as “What works and why?” and “Who would be most positively affected?” and “How can we easily incorporate these interventions with little effort and money?” often come up when institutions begin to explore opportunities to foster these noncognitive traits. In this engaging and interactive webinar, participants will learn how to apply the Create a plan for incorporating growth mindset, belonging, and resilience into their first-year current research on growth mindset, belonging, and resilience to developing first-year programming that provides opportunities for students to encourage, develop, or enhance these traits.

Objectives

• Discuss the current research of growth mindset, belonging, and resilience
• Determine at least two opportunities to foster a growth mindset, belonging, and resilience in their first-year program
• Create a plan for incorporating growth mindset, belonging, and resilience into their first-year student success course or program

Free Resources
• Teachers, Parents Often Misuse Growth Mindset Research, Carol Dweck Says
• Carol Dweck Revisits the 'Growth Mindset'
• Mindset in the News

 

 

 

 

 

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